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PITTSFIELD — Ladysmith Black Mambazo; tributes to The Beatles, Gregg Allman and Dizzy Gillespie; and folk-rock Live from Laurel Canyon have been added to Berkshire Theatre Group's lineup of programming this fall and winter at The Colonial … more
NORTH ADAMS — When Bang on a Can travels to Mass MoCA for its annual summer festival, it brings innovative musicians from around the world together to create new sounds with instruments both familiar and unconventional.But it also brings a … more
LENOX — Tradition, tradition.That sums up Tanglewood on Parade, the all-day family celebration benefiting the Boston Symphony's vaunted academy for advanced young musicians. First held in 1940 as BSO music director Serge Koussevitzky's effort … more
LENOX — "Make a joyful noise unto the Lord," the Bible commands us. Tanglewood responded Sunday afternoon with William Walton's oratorio "Belshazzar's Feast," raising enough ruckus, both solemn and joyful, to be heard somewhere up in the … more
LENOX — Tanglewood's oldest, most durable tradition returns on Tuesday, 77 years after Serge Koussevitzky, the Boston Symphony music director who founded the orchestra's summer home, first staged an extended gala concert and family-friendly … more
Michael Feinstein is a five-time Grammy Award nominee whose interpretations of the Great American Songbook have earned him international recognition. His first CD celebrating Frank Sinatra, "The Sinatra Project," merited his most recent Grammy … more
LENOX — Birds don't sing for humans, Mass Audubon ornithologist Wayne Petersen told the Tanglewood audience. They sing to establish territory, attract a mate or warn of danger.That hasn't prevented human fascination with birds and birdsong at … more
 LENOX — Haydn invented the string quartet form, Beethoven who studied briefly with Haydn, went beyond       the old man and everybody else in development of the form and content. To hear a fine performance of a … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — There's always a bit of a question mark these days when reviewing a singer who began his or her career in the 1960s: What will the show be like? Can the headliner deliver the goods? It's probably not fair, but that's how it … more
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